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Recover Deleted records in Oracle database

Posted on 2001-07-09
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Hi all gurus out there
   This might sounds silly, but mistakenly I've deleted and commited data in my database. Following a good practice I know I've should have made a backup, but somtimes things happen.
   Is there anyway that I can recover the deleted data, by all means I really do appreciate any helps. As the data is really important for my company.
   
    Machine : RISC 6000
    OS      : AIX 4.3.3
    Database : Oracle 8.1.5

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Guy Hengel [angelIII / a3] earned 10 total points
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i know that you can "read" the undo log data, but i don't have the documentation here... you can in fact get the undo / redo sql statements by using a specific  package...

BTW, if you post this oracle-specific question directly in the Oracle topic area of EE, you should get more Oracle gurus :-)

CHeers
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by:ezree
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Ok... I think my question in a way has been answered in the LogMiner section of my question.

Thanks Anyway
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No comment has been added lately, so it's time to clean up this TA.
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